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IT sector scrooges employees: AIMview story

http://www.itwire.com – Electronics and IT companies were cast as the biggest Scrooges among Australian employers in the 46th National Salary Survey conducted by the Australian Institute of Management, having trimmed 1.5 per cent off the average pay rises awarded to their  employees last year – the biggest cuts to pay rises made in any sector. (IT news)

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Is Telstra's DNS server borked?view story

http://www.itwire.com –   My company uses a wide-area Telstra private network. This is Australia's largest telecommunications carrier but maybe they don't visit their own site. As far as I can tell, Telstra's DNS server is not giving out any addresses for telstra.com – but differing Telstra departments say it's not their problem.   (IT news)

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New Android phone Garmin-Asus A10 leads the wayview story

http://www.itwire.com – Is it a phone..? Is is it a GPS..? No, it's the Garmin-Asus A10, coming in less than a week. (IT news)

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New Mac spyware identifiedview story

http://www.itwire.com – Security vendor Intego has reported that software available from popular Mac download sites may be infected with "very high-risk spyware." (IT news)

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FIRST PICS: Intel’s ‘Redvale’ concept Atom slate revealed!view story

http://apcmag.com – SCOOP! Intel’s slim slate, codenamed ‘Redvale’, runs MeeGo 1.1 open source mobile OS on an Atom Moorestown platform. (IT news)

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Logitech-backed LifeSize revitalises channel strategyview story

http://www.itwire.com – Six months after its acquisition by Logitech, video communications company, LifeSize Communications, has established a direct presence in Australia and is revamping its channel strategy. (IT news)

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HP to transform Enterprise Services arm: cost US1b & 9000 jobsview story

http://www.itwire.com – HP says it will invest $US1 billion transforming its Enterprise Services business, shedding 9000 staff in the process. (IT news)

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IN-DEPTH REVIEW: Borders' Kobo e-book readerview story

http://apcmag.com – Borders' Kobo is one of the best ebook readers launched in the Australian market, and at $199, it's perfect for people who don't want to splash out on a Kindle or iPad. (IT news)

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Linux to dominate Australia through T-Box and Androidview story

http://apcmag.com – commentary In just a few years, almost every Australian will be using the open source Linux OS in their everyday personal or professional lives. (IT news)

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Heart attack survival not good in some neighborhoodsview story

http://www.itwire.com – According to a June 2010 paper, people in poorer, lower educational neighborhoods have a much higher chance of having a heart attack. And, when they do have heart attacks, they are less likely to have someone perform CPR on them.   (IT news)

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REMIX redux - chatting with Microsofties at REMIX 10view story

http://www.itwire.com – It's the end of day one at Microsoft's REMIX conference in Melbourne, and I had a chance to chat with some of Microsoft's executives on the direction they're taking in bringing Windows Phone 7 to market and the rest of the topics being showcased and discussed, from questions about Windows 8 to the level of adoption we're seeing for touch technologies and more! (IT news)

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Australia develops more solar energy through NANOPLASview story

http://www.itwire.com – The Victoria-Suntech Advanced Solar Facility made its first formal public appearance on Tuesday, June 1, 2010. The operations of the facility will help commercialize NANOPLAS, a nanoplasmonic solar cell technology being researched and developed by Swinburne University of Technology and Suntech Power Holdings. (IT news)